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This remote session will explain what intellectual property is and how it applies to research.

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For University of Portsmouth PhD Students and Early Career Researchers and Academics

As a researcher it is vital that you understand IP, are aware of its implications for your research and identify and manage the IP arising from your scholarly activity. This workshop will also help you to understand the support available within the University with plenty of opportunity for reflection, discussion and questions.

This webinar will be led by Vitae, a global leader in supporting the professional development of researchers, in partnership with the Intellectual Property Office (IPO).This is a remote session, a link to login to join the event will be provided nearer the time via email. Please register now to ensure you receive the login and joining instructions.

Programme Overview:

1430-1440 Introduction to Intellectual Property:

What it is

Why it matters

Background to the role of the IPO


Overview of Copyright

1455-1510 Overview of patents

1510-1520 Overview of registered design

1520-1530 Overview of trademarks and branding

1530-1550 Institution’s approach to IP: policies and processes (Mark Barber)

1550-1600 Final Q&A, completion of post webinar survey and close

Date: 21 February 2020 | Friday

Time: 2:30pm to 4:00pm

Location: Remote - a login will be provided for you to access the event remotely.

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